This week's veterinary headlines, plus how your clients really feel about what you wear
Check out this week's top veterinary headlines
As we all try to regain some form of normalcy, we will continue to do our best to keep you up to date with the latest pandemic news and coverage of the veterinary industry.
View the video below for this week's top veterinary headlines:
- A squirrel in Jefferson County, Colorado (just west of Denver) tested positive for the bubonic plague last Saturday, the first case of plague in the county since 2017.
- The J. M. Smucker Company has voluntarily recalled one lot of canned cat food due to health concerns associated with elevated levels of choline chloride.
- A new study shows that your clients care about what you wear. The study of 449 pet owners, who were overwhelmingly female and college-plus educated, evaluated companion animal owners’ perceptions of, and preferences for, eight different types of veterinary attire.